Posts Tagged ‘light sculpture’

Arrangements lighting installation by Michael Anastassiades for Flos, Milan – Italy

May 8th, 2018

Midway between a light sculpture and an industrial design object, Arrangements is a modular system of geometric led elements that can be combined in multiple compositions as single or even connected chandeliers.

Tia Santa Restaurant by Vilalta Arquitectura, Barcelona – Spain

March 26th, 2018

The whole project incorporates natural materials from sustainable sources: floors and tabletops made of bamboo and ceilings and shelves made of pine wood. Nature is incorporated into the interior design with a modular vertical garden system placed at the entrance and at the back of the dining room salad bar. Also, at the basement, nature is presented in a large natural parterre.

Saks Fifth Avenue by FRCH Design Worldwide & Saks Fifth Avenue team, Toronto – Canada

August 2nd, 2016

The dramatic light sculpture encases an architecturally enhanced ‘totem’ column that is adorned with textured and mirror-finished bronze panels and encased in vertical framing to draw the eye upward and introduce a sense of poetic motion.

Sound Wave Installation by Penda at Myrtle Tree Garden, Xiangyang – China

July 14th, 2015



Penda pierces China\’s growing urban landscape with artificial natureXIANGYANG – No fewer than 500 rectangular ‘fins’ feature in a 5000-m2 landscape installation that rises from a plaza on the outskirts of Xiangyang, a city in the Chinese province of Hubei.

“Flock of Birds” – lighting design concept by Paul Nulty Lighting Design

May 10th, 2015

Paul Nulty Lighting Design (PNLD) has developed a lighting design concept, titled, “Flock of Birds,” bringing art and light to Crawley Mall Shopping Centre and creating a grand sculpture within the impressive space.

Nando’s restaurant by BuckleyGrayYeoman, Dundee – UK

November 10th, 2012

BuckleyGrayYeoman has introduced a 40ft shipping container to house the kitchen at the heart of the restaurant. This reference to the roots of the Nando’s brand in South Africa, where shipping containers are commonly used as spaces for restaurants and shops, chimes with the quirky maximalism and materiality of the design.

uspa flagship headquarters by David Reade, Melbourne

September 22nd, 2012

The uspa interior uses raw materials, organic tones and textures to evoke a sense of wellbeing and harmony. A seven-metre long, cocoon-shaped light sculpture made from willow reeds casts shards of light around the room, which has been decorated with hand beaten iron sticks and twigs.